The Department of Counseling Psychology is honored to promote the legacy of John R. Martins. His generous estate-gift will impact the lives of others through the many students he helped train over the years that are carrying on his legacy through their work. Read more about Dr. Martins and his far-reaching influence on the field of Counseling Psychology.
APA-Accredited Internship Placements for 2015-2016
University of Wisconsin – Psychiatry
Sarah McArdell Moore
Jewish Child Care Association
Rachel Ocampo Hoogasian
Southern Arizona Psychology
Internship Center / La Frontera
Congratulations to the Common Chill Factors, students and faculty from the department, who as a team raised $2,060 for the 2015 Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics. This year’s team consisted of Jake Diestelmann, Christopher Raines, Dustin Brockberg, Nancy Herrera, Robin Sereno, Robyn DeVries, Aaron Stumpf, and Drs. Budge and Hoyt.
Welcome to Dr. Lynet Uttal, who will join the CP faculty beginning in Fall 2015. Dr. Uttal uses community based research methods to inform and empower diverse communities and families, with an emphasis on immigrant adaptation, biculturalism, and multiculturalism. She is a senior scholar with expertise in qualitative methods and community-based research, and a history of applied research related to equity and social justice.
Welcome to Dr. Stephanie L. Budge
who is a Visiting Assistant Professor for the 2014-2015 academic year. Dr. Budge's research addresses (a) coping, social support and mental health symptoms for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans individuals, and (b) psychotherapy process and outcome. She is highly committed to social justice and in addition to her academic responsibilities provides counseling services through her private practice for trans clients on a free or sliding scale basis.